Tony Blair Has Some Advice for the Next US President
Former UK prime minister Tony Blair is co-chairing a new commission with former CIA Director Leon Panetta tasked with forming a plan to counter violent extremism.
Why News as You Know It Wouldn't Exist Without 'Fixers'
Journalist Mohammed Ismael Rasool remains in prison in Turkey just for doing his job. And without local freelancers like him we wouldn't get any real news, just spin, rumors, and state-controlled media.
Meet the Saudi Sheikh Who Joined, Then Quit, the Islamic State
Nine months after he went to Syria to do ‘relief work’ with Islamic State fighters, the sheikh fled to Turkey, no longer able to tolerate the group's violence.
VICE News Wins Two Peabody Awards
The VICE News films 'The Islamic State' and 'Last Chance High' were selected as recipients of the 74th annual Peabody Awards.
Islamic State Changes Tactics in New Hostage Video
James Cantlie, a British journalist held hostage by IS, delivers apparently scripted remarks to dissuade Westerners from going to war against the group.
John Wayne's War on Journalism
'The Green Berets' presented Wayne's vision of a journalist at the height of the Vietnam War — a coward who just needed a taste of battle.
Welcome to #UkraineDesk
We're very excited to begin a new experiment with some of the web's leading media organizations.
Jailed Al Jazeera Journalist Is Actually Kind of a Dick
On World Press Freedom Day, VICE News Editor-In-Chief Jason Mojica weighs in on the lionization of journalists.
‘Wants and Needs’: An Interview with Filmmaker Ritesh Batra
The writer and director of ‘The Masterchef’ talks about using narrative film to challenge perceptions of global poverty and hunger.
We were excited when Karen invited us to her home in LA for tea and a nice long chat about the art of acting, why she regrets starring in horror films, and her recent musical collaborations with Cass McCombs.
The Tiny VICE Guide to Doha
We tried to find the best shawarma in Doha but ended up searching for robot camel jockeys (apparently this is a real thing) and drinking in very strange bars.
We met former CIA man Robert Baer in a shady motel room in Newport Beach, California, to discuss the difference between the life of a real-life spy and the crap you see in the movies.